Linda DiCanio

Linda L. DiCanio

Friday December 7, 1951 - Tuesday November 27, 2018
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DiCanio, Linda L. 66, of Absecon, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer on November 27, 2018, surrounded by her loving family. She was born and raised in Atlantic City and was a long-time resident of Absecon. In her earlier years, Linda worked as a deputy court clerk with the Absecon Police Department. She went on to become a nurse, working in Dr. Naame’s office for several years, and lastly working with Atlanticare Behavioral Health in Egg Harbor Township. In her free time, she enjoyed crafting and decorating. She also enjoyed traveling with her husband and family, most recently to Mexico. She was an animal lover, owning several dogs throughout her life.

She is predeceased by her mother, Margaret Osmun. She is survived by her husband of 37 years, Vincent DiCanio; her daughters and sons-in-law, Tara (Andress) and Michael Smith, Megan (Andress) and Daniel Dahms, Jennifer DiCanio and her husband Robert Rayner and Dawn (DiCanio) and Bryan Brodton; her sons, Vincent DiCanio, Jr., David DiCanio and Anthony DiCanio; her brother, Valentine (Wallie) Herberich; her grandchildren, Ashley, Justin, Brandon, Molli, Malia and Brady; her 5 great-grandchildren; her aunt, Elsie Getz; and her beloved dog, Sophie.

A funeral mass will be offered 11AM Monday December 3, 2018 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, 591 New Jersey Ave., Absecon. Burial will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery, Mays Landing. Parsels Funeral Home, Absecon is handling arrangements. For online condolences, please visit
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Service Details

  • Service

    Monday December 3, 2018 |
    Monday December 3, 2018
    St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church
    591 New Jersey Avenue
    Absecon 08201
  • Interment

    Holy Cross Cemetery
    5061 Harding Highway
    Mays Landing 08330


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Joan D. Brancato

Posted at 12:00am
My name is Joan Brancato a cancer patient of Dr. Ajay. Linda and I became friends at the treatment center and we would sit together during our treatments. I will miss seeing my friend after all the years we sat together. Please accept my sincere condolences.

Greg Herman

Posted at 12:00am
I had the pleasure meeting Linda back in the 80's at Absecon PD . She was a delightful person. On behalf of my wife Cheryl, our condolences to you Vince and your family. Greg Herman

Christopher Naame

Posted at 12:00am
Tara and Megan,
I have no words that will take your pain away. However, I promise the sadness will become a little easier to manage with each passing day. You will feel like you were robbed and cheated. You will be angry. You will go on though, and all of the good memories will start to overshadow the sickness you watched your mother endure. Stay strong girls. Hug each other a little bit longer. Cry together and laugh together. Most importantly, remind each other of what is truly important in this life. Take care. -Christopher Naame


Posted at 12:00am
Being my sister, rest in peace Linda you are pain free now and home with mom. You will be missed. Love ya

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